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U.N. REPORT: End world hunger; eat bugs

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(WTVR) – The United Nations says ending world hunger can be accomplished, if many of us would consider an unconventional food source- bugs.

The U.N.’s Food and Agriculture Organization released a report Monday that promotes the practice of insect eating to reduce malnutrition and air pollution.

According to the FAO, insects contain good fats and are a great source of fiber and minerals.

The FAO estimates at least 2 billion people worldwide incorporate insects into their diets.

Click here to read the full report.